Fosjoas V6 Single-Wheeled Electric Scooter, a Good Alternative Transport in the Airport

Source:Fosjoas begin Time: 2016-07-15

Nowadays, if you observe carefully when an airplane lands on airport, there are many staffs shuttling back and forth. They are preparing for passengers to get off the plane and directing big trunk to unload luggage. In fact, there are many work to do after an airplane lands on airport. Previously, those staffs in airport have to work a lot in their day work and it makes them fatigued after work. However, Fosjoas V6 electric one-wheel scooter becomes the blessing of airport staffs.

Fosjoas V6 self-balancing scooter is the smallest one among other Fosjoas electric scooters. However, it is never inferior to them when it comes to riding experience, riding efficiency and riding safety. The small figure and light weight pave the way for airport staffs to control and carry it conveniently. What is more, Fosjoas V6 self-balancing scooter is based on aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system to keep itself balanced. Then, staffs can realize all controls by lightly leaning forward, backward, turning left or right. It is almost effortless for staffs to weave on airport.

V6 self-balancing unicycle

Here comes another question: what makes airport authority allow its staffs to use Fosjoas V6 electric scooter? It is mainly because of high riding safety offered by Fosjoas V6 electric scooter, which benefits from top three protection systems. The very first one is speed limit protection. When the riding speed is over 16km/h, the pedals will rise automatically and form a 10-degree angle to the leveling surface. Then, further leaning forward won’t speed Fosjoas V6 electric scooter up anymore. Tilting protection is the second one. It is well-known that there will be an angle when a transport is climbing. When such an angle is over 45 degrees, the motor of Fosjoas V6 single-wheeled electric scooter will stall immediately so as to prevent injuries. The battery protection is another one. It will remind riders if the remaining battery is less than 15%.